Category Tasting notes
New Glasgow based Indie bottlers Dram Mòr may be under the radar just now but will their first release be the start of good things to come?
I don’t really know much about American whiskies – which probably means I probably shouldn’t write about them.
Or perhaps it means I should write about them?
Either way, here is a review of some juice from across the pond…
What Every Whisky Drinker Needs To Know About Port- a brief guide to the Portuguese fortified wine.
Review – The Glen Garioch 12 and a bonus 1978 Single Cask -2 drams, 2 styles and 4 decades apart
A quick look at Peat & Sherry – a new release from TWE’s independent bottling operation Elements of Islay
Out of the Glen Ord(inary) – Going independent to sample a Glen Ord from outwith the “Singleton Trifecta’
Review – An English whisky head to head featuring expressions from the East London Liquor Co and The Lakes Distillery.
Fire and Ice in the Shadow of Ben Wyvis – A Tour and Tasting at Glenwyvis Distillery.
This is the last review of three which covers the latest releases in the Gordon & MacPhail Private Collection. I’ve already published my thoughts and notes on a wonderful 1982 St Magdalene and a rare release of a Dallas Dhu from 1969. The last of these releases is one that I have been deliberately saving […]
Some notes and thoughts from this years Special Releases Collection.